On April 18, Siemens signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Chinese electric vehicle company XPeng Motors.
Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng Motors delivered 5,101 units in October, an annual decrease of 49.7% and a quarterly decrease of 39.8%. In the capital market, the firm's performance has been even worse.
XPeng Motors announced on the evening of September 25 that its chairman and CEO, He Xiaopeng, bought 2.2 million company shares in the open market on September 23, for an average price of $13.58 each and resulting in an overall increase of $29.876 million.
He Xiaopeng, the CEO and co-founder of XPeng Motors, as well as one of the strongest promoters of flying cars, on the afternoon of July 13 showed a video of the actual operation of the firm's X1 aerial vehicle.
He Xiaopeng, the CEO of XPeng Motors, expounded upon the company's experience in vehicle manufacturing on July 7 at the 14th China Auto Blue-Book Forum.
Regarding Chinese social media outlet's report on Elon Musk’s post claiming that "China's EVs lead the world," EV firm XPeng's CEO He Xiaopeng commented: “China is only at a forefront position of the world in the field of electric vehicles.”
Concerning Elon Musk’s comment, Xpeng’s CEO Xiaopeng He fired back on social media.
On June 18, Xpeng Motors completed the production of 10,000 units of its its first production model, the G3 smart EV.
Chinese electric vehicle startup XPENG Motors officially announces the completion of its Series B+ round of 4 billion yuan today, with Primavera Capital Group, Morningside Venture Capital, as well as Chairman and CEO of XPENG Motors He Xiaopeng himself jointly leading the investment.
He Xiaopeng, chairman of the Chinese electric vehicle startup Xpeng Motors, welcomed a visit from top Chinese tech leaders to the auto maker’s new headquarters in Guangzhou on July 18.
XPENG has finished its A+ round financing and plans to announce B round financing in early 2018, XPENG Motors Chairman He Xiaopeng said in a Weibo post on December 15. Investment in this round of financing came from Xiaomi, Foxconn and IDG.
This morning, XPENG chairman He Xiaopeng drove the first XPENG car with a Beijing license place onto the streets near the National Convention Center.